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Enabling entrepreneurs

Guy Rigby Thursday, 28 July 2016.

Much has been written about Brexit, as well as the negative political campaigning and the almost wholly unexpected result. We are certainly not ‘doom and gloom’ merchants, but it’s clear from the results of our quarterly Enterprise Index that this has reverberated deeply and adversely among the entrepreneurial community. Our Enterprise Index value has fallen from 111.4 at the end of Q1 2016 to 97.7 at the end of Q2, a dramatic drop in just three short months. This figure is now below its initial value of 100, when the Index was launched in January 2013. To read more about the Q2 results, please click below:

Enterprise Index 2016 Q2 analysis

Have your say

Our Enterprise Index survey for Q3 is now open and we would love to hear your thoughts as the Brexit dust settles. To share your current views, please click here.

Thriving in a difficult climate

With sustained political and economic instability, entrepreneurs’ minds will now be turning to how to weather any potential storm. What practical steps can you take to guard against the potential pitfalls?

Whether your business is in the start-up or scale-up phase, you will need to stay on top of your finances and ensure that they are constantly and effectively monitored. To read our tips on managing cash flow in difficult times, please click below:

Managing cash flow in difficult times

Until next time...

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Guy Rigby

Guy Rigby

Guy is an experienced chartered accountant and an entrepreneur. A natural and driven enthusiast, he built and sold his own accountancy firm, as well as pursuing other commercial interests. He has been a director and part owner of a number of different companies, including businesses in the IT, property, defence, manufacturing and retail sectors.

Guy joined Smith & Williamson in 2008 and leads the entrepreneurial services group. His day to day activities include advising entrepreneurs and their businesses and coordinating Smith & Williamson's activities in this increasingly important market.

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